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The Droid Life Show Episode 40 Will Help Eat Halloween Candy With You This Weekend


On the eve of the Nexus 5 and Kit Kat announcement, four gentlemen gathered this past Wednesday on Google+ for a night of discussion surrounding Android, Google, and corn dog nipple stroking. It was a night we will never forget.

On episode 40 of the Droid Life Show, we went over our last thoughts on what to expect from the now-announced Nexus 5 and Kit Kat, plus went over why Ron was actually completely right about Google’s own take on its Nexus program. There was no event, there was no hype. Google simply released the device and let the public do the rest. It was interesting and was the last thing we thought the company would do for a major release of Android and a brand new Nexus device. Sorry we ever doubted you, Ron. 

Be sure to catch the Droid Life Show live on Wednesday nights at 6pm PST.

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  • kash521

    Like I totally can not wait to, like, count how many times Ron says like in this like episode…like.

  • I was very surprised and suspicious, and haloween night I got his candy. great surprise and a fun event and meaning haloween

  • Michael

    kellen..nice neck beard

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  • Butters619

    So how many people think Google purposely leaked this phone to drum up tons of hyping without putting any money into it? I know a couple people said it but I still don’t know if Google would really do that.

  • EllaCool

    good episode, however i look forward to next week. i want a good discussion on the new patent war that just popped up and what it could mean for google and for end users.

  • needa

    project ara: the cost isnt in the chips. its not like they would buy 10k s800 chips for ara at a super high price when they are buying a million s4pro chips for their other phones. and only use the s800 for ara. use your head. the price comes into making the module. they will use the same chips they are currently using in the rest of their phones. if they have higher end socs that they cant purchase huge numbers of, then those very well could be high. but there will be mainstream chips that wont be. also. what happens when you get tiered of looking at your scratched up screen? or when you drop your phone and bust your screen? you can get a replacement screen, without having to purchase a new phone. the 720p screen in the x costs them around 50 or 60 bucks. once again.. the price is in the frame or module. however they want to do it? they dont have to offer a plethora of crap at the beginning. they can add upgraded parts in as they buy the parts for new phones.

    just saying… it does not have to be as outrageous as you are describing. no doubt there is more to it than what i am saying. but quantity discounts does not have to be an issue.

  • droidarmy

    yup android is coming along quite well. amazing

  • Jared Denman

    Should of done the show after the launch even tho u guys typically do them on Wednesdays

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  • KleenDroid